Dan Bateyko researches artificial intelligence and the administrative state at Cornell University’s Department of Information Science.
Dan has led, managed, and supported work on technology policy at the Center for Democracy & Technology, the Stanford Internet Observatory, and The Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law. That work has been covered in The Guardian, The New York Times, USA Today, among other outlets.
His work has been recognized by a Legal Priorities Project Fellowship, a Google Public Policy Fellowship, an Internet Law & Policy Foundry Fellowship, and a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship. He received his M.L.T. from Georgetown University Law Center and his B.A. from Middlebury College.